Haiku 246-256

By Thomas Page 246 The squirrels, privateers Of the forest, raid the bird Feeders for bounty   247 The water cycle, Amplified by the summer Heat. I need water   248 Schedules, gardens Of time, bloom regularly Like the clocks on walls   249 What are the birds of Summer? They all congregate In common … Continue reading Haiku 246-256

Haiku 235-245

By Thomas Page 235 Fleet of abandoned Ships Rest In Peace in water Of the Potomac   236 Dragonflies hover Over nameless golden plants Cultivated there   237 July afternoons— An easel of sunshine and Baked cloudy skies   238 What fresh berries found Like a greenman blushing at Unexpected guests   239 Fire in … Continue reading Haiku 235-245